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放送日: 2013年 8月31日(土)
放送時間: 午前7:20〜午前9:00(100分)

(曲名 / アーティスト名 // アルバム名)

 01. Golden Years / David Bowie // Best Of Bowie
 02. Midnight Train To Georgia / Gladys Knight & The Pips // Imagination
 03. I'll Take You There / The Staple Singers // A Family Affair 1955-1984
 04. Hey Lord, Don't Ask Me Questions / Graham Parker & The Rumour // The Parkerilla
 05. New York Shuffle / Graham Parker & The Rumour // The Parkerilla
 06. The Storm / Tedeschi Trucks Band // Made Up Mind
 07. Idle Wind / Tedeschi Trucks Band // Made Up Mind
 08. My Favorite Picture Of You / Guy Clark // My Favorite Picture Of You
 09. El Coyote / Guy Clark // My Favorite Picture Of You
 10. Rain In Durango / Guy Clark // My Favorite Picture Of You
 11. Liquid Spirit / Gregory Porter // Liquid Spirit
 12. The Creator Has A Master Plan (Peace) / Leon Thomas // Spirits Known And Unknown
 13. Song For My Father / Leon Thomas // Spirits Known And Unknown
 14. When I Look Into Your Eyes / Santana // Welcome
 15. Ami O / Lionel Loueke // Mwaliko
 16. Hidagawa No Mizu Remix by UBK / Blue Asia // Radio Myahk

放送日: 2013年 8月31日(土)
放送時間: 午前9:00〜午前11:00(120分)

− シャキッとする音楽 −

「行ってきます」 (ゴンチチ

「ホエン・アイ・アウェイク」 (ジョン・マコーマック)


ゴールドベルク変奏曲 から アリア、第1変奏」 バッハ作曲

「フォルサ・ブルータ」 (ジョルジ・ベン

「ボイリング・ミルク」 (ビーディー・ベル)


「タイトゥン・アップ」 (YMO

「ホット・ウォーター・フェスティバル パート5」

「ギャラクシー32・スター4」 (チック・コリア



「ドリーム・アンガス」 (ジャッキー・オーツ)
<MOTHER REC. 314-531 682-2>

<SHOUT 826663-10706>

「エイティーワン」 (マイルス・デイヴィス

「フリホレ・ブギー」 (ホルヘ・コルドバ

「マイ・フェイバリット・シングス」 (ゴンチチ
ポニーキャニオン PCCA-01960>

「ジャンゴ」 (モダン・ジャズ・カルテット)

「ジャンゴ」 (ジョン・マクラフリン
<POLYDOR 529828-2>

「ガウロ」 (ジェリ・ジェリ、バーバ・マール)
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「カリーニョ」 (エバ・アイヨン)
ビーンズレコード BNSCD7707>

Another Country with Ricky Ross
Ricky Ross enters the landscape of Americana and alternative country. Expect to hear both classic and future classics, with Ricky taking a close look at the stories behind the songs
Fri 30 Aug 2013
BBC Radio Scotland
Ricky pays tribute to Linda Ronstadt, who recently revealed she has Parkinson's disease.
Tonight Ricky pays tribute to Linda Ronstadt who revealed this week she has Parkinson's disease and can no longer sing. Songwriter Jimmy Webb and Nashville artist Caitlin Rose describe what Linda means to them.

It's exactly 45 years since The Byrds released their country-rock defining album, Sweetheart Of The Rodeo.

And Ricky will be spending some time looking at the music and songs of The Father Of Bluegrass, Bill Monroe, featuring a couple of new releases that continue his legacy.

Music and featured items

01. Shed A Little Light
Winter Mountain

02. Mohair Sam
Charlie Rich

03. O Sinner
Diana Jones

04. What You Waiting For
Daniel Meade

05. Working On A Guru
Bob Dylan

06. From A Window Seat

07. Do What You Gotta Do
Linda Ronstadt

08. Unknown Legend
Neil Young

09. I Can’t Help It
Linda Ronstadt
If I’m Still In Love With You

10. Waitin’
Caitlin Rose

11. Ghost Of Love
Roddy Hart & The Lonesome Fire

12. Say Grace
Sam Baker

13. You Ain’t Going Nowhere
The Byrds

14. You Can’t Help It
Devon Sproule & Mike O’Neill

15. Clara
Punch Brothers

16. Big Sandy River
Noam Pikelny

17. Road To Columbus
Kenny Baker

18. I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry
Bill Monroe & His Bluegrass Boys

19. Toy Heart
Ricky Skaggs & Bruce Hornsby

Nashville Vol.1: Tear the Woodpile Down

Nashville Vol.1: Tear the Woodpile Down

20. Sundown In Nashville
Marty Stuart
21. Wasted & Rollin’
Amanda Shires

22. Hard To Find
The National

23. Colorado Blue
Alela Diane

24. Julie
Blue Rose Code
25. Draft Daughter’s Blues aka Ootischenia
The Be Good Tanyas

Jazz Record Requests
Make a request...
Sat 31 Aug 2013
BBC Radio 3
Alyn Shipton's selection of listeners' requests includes vocals from Louis Armstrong.
Alyn Shipton's selection of listeners' requests includes vocals from Louis Armstrong and George Melly, plus a memory of the pianist Mulgrew Miller, who died earlier this year.

Music Played

01. What Am I Here For
Mulgrew Miller, Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen
Composer: Ellington Performers: Mulgrew Miller, p; Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, b, 15 Jan 1999.
The Duo, Bang & Olufsen, B&OCD1; track 5 (4.19)

02. Someday My Prince Will Come
Miles Davis
Composer: Churchill / Morey Performers: Miles Davis, t; Hank Mobley, John Coltrane, ts; Wynton Kelly, p; Paul Chambers, b; Jimmy Cobb, d. March 1961
Someday My Prince Will Come, Columbia, 466312-2 Track 1 (9.04)

03. Shiny Stockings
Count Basie and Ella Fitzgerald
Composer: Foster, Fitzgerald Performers: Ella Fitzgerald, v; Joe Newman, Al Aarons, Sonny Cohn, Don Rader, Fip Ricard, t; Henry Coker, Grover Mitchell, Benny Powell, Urbie Green, tb; Marshall Royal, Eric Dixon, Frank Weiss, Frank Foster, Charlie Fowlkes, reeds; Count Basie, p; Freddie Green, g; Buddy Catlett, b; Sonny Payne, d. July 1963.
Ella and Basie, Verve, 539059-2 Track 9 (3.33)

04. Where Is The Love
Eric Alexander
Composer: Macdonald / Salter Performers: Eric Alexander, ts; Harold Mabern, p; Nat Reeves, b; Joe Farnsworth, d. 29 July 2005
It’s All in The Game, High Note, HCD 7148 Track 4 (6.31)

05. Michigan Water Blues
George Melly
Composer: Williams Performers: George Melly, v; John Chilton, t; Bruce Boardman, p; Barry Dillon, b; Chuck Smith, d. 1981.
Like Sherry Wine, PRT, N140 Track 8 (3.56)

06. Tokyo Traffic
Dave Brubeck
Composer: Brubeck Performers: Paul Desmond, as; Dave Brubeck, p; Eugene Wright, b; Joe Morello, d. 1964.
Jazz Impressions of Japan, Columbia, CK 65726 Track 1 (5.54)

07. Concerto For Clarinet
Artie Shaw
Composer: Shaw Performers: Artie Shaw, cl; George Wendt, Johnny Cathcart, Billy Butterfield, t; Jack Jenney, Vernon Brown, tb; Buss Bassey, Neely Plumb, Les Robinson, Jerry Jerome, reeds; Johnny Guarnieri, p; Al Hendrickson, g; Jud DeNaut, b; Nick Fatool, d; string section. 17 Dec 1940.
The Very Best of Artie Shaw, RCA, 09026-63753-2 Track 12 (9.15)

08. Lusitanos
Weather Report
Composer: Shorter Performers: Wayne Shorter, ts; Joe Zawinul, kb; Alphonso Johnson, b; Leon Chancler, d; Alyrio Lima, perc. 1975.
Tale Spinnin’, Columbia, 80734, Track 2 (7.22)

09. What A Wonderful World
Louis Armstrong
Composer: Weiss / Douglas Performers: Louis Armstrong, v; Clark Terry, Joe Wilder, t; Urbie Green, J.J. Johnson, tb; Sam Marowitz, Dan Trimboli, Jerome Richardson, Raymond Stanfeld, reeds; Hank Jones, p; Allen Hanlon, Art Ryerson, Wilard Suyker, g; Russell Savakus, b; Grady Tate, d; strings, choir, Tommy Goodman, cond. 16 Aug 1967.
The Great Entertainer, MFP, 6056 Track 13 (2.19)

Geoffrey Smith's Jazz
Geoffrey Smith's Jazz does exactly what it says on the tin: a weekly programme in which Geoffrey Smith shares his passion for jazz, through an exploration of its great writers, singers and players, as told from his own individual perspective. Having spent more than twenty years as host to Jazz Record Requests, reading listeners' letters and observing their passion for all types of jazz, Geoffrey Smith goes solo in this new series, exploring and illuminating the story of great jazz across its entire range, through personally-selected sequences of tracks.

Art Blakey
Sun 1 Sep 2013
BBC Radio 3
Geoffrey Smith surveys the career of celebrated drummer Art Blakey.
A godfather of modern jazz, drummer Art Blakey and his Jazz Messengers launched the careers of a galaxy of stars from Horace Silver to Wynton Marsalis. Geoffrey Smith plays such Blakey hits as "Moanin'" and "Blues March".

Music Played

01. Wee-dot
Art Blakey
Composer: Johnson, Parker Performers: Clifford Brown, t; Lou Donaldson, as; Horace Silver, p; Curly Russell, b; Art Blakey, d. 21 February 1954
A Night At Birdland: vol 2, Blue Note, CDP7465202 (1) Tr. 6 & 1 (7.36)

02. The Preacher
Horace Silver
Composer: Silver Performers: Horace Silver, p; Kenny Dorham, t; Hank Mobley, ts; Doug Watkins, b; Art Blakey, d. 6 February 1955
Horace Silver and the Jazz Messengers, Blue Note, CDP7461402. TR. 6 (4.16)

03. Moanin’
Art Blakey
Composer: Timmons Performers: Bobby Timmons, p; Lee Morgan, t; Benny Golson, ts; Jymie Merrit b; Art Blakey, d. 30 October 1958
Ken Burns Jazz, Verve, 549 089-2. Tr. 4 (9.28)

04. Blues March
Art Blakey
Composer: Golson Performers: Bobby Timmons, p; Lee Morgan, t; Benny Golson, ts; Jymie Merrit b; Art Blakey, d. 30 October 1958
Ken Burns Jazz, Verve, 549 089-2. Tr. 5 (6.07)

05. Lester Left Town
Art Blakey
Composer: Shorter Performers: Lee Morgan, t; Wayne Shorter, ts; Bobby Timmons, p; Jymie Merritt, b; Art Blakey, d. 6 March 1960
The Big Beat, Blue Note, CDP7464002 (1); Tr. 5 (6.23)

06. On the Ginza
Art Blakey
Composer: Shorter Performers: Wayne Shorter, ts; Freddie Hubbard, t; Curtis Fuller, tb; Cedar Walton, p; Reggie Workman, b; Art Blakey, d. 16 June 1963
Ugetsu, Riverside, OJCCD0902 (1); Tr. 6 (6.46)

07. Buttercorn Lady
Art Blakey
Composer: Mangione Performers: Keith Jarrett, p; Chuck Mangione, t; Art Blakey, d; Frank Mitchell, ts; Reggie Johnson, b. January 1966
Buttercorn Lady, Mercury, LML 4021. S1/1 (3.26)

08. Ms B.C.
Art Blakey
Composer: Watson Performers: Wynton Marsalis, t; Bobby Watson, as; Bill Pierce, ts; James Williams, p; Charles Fambrough, b; Art Blakey, d. 12 April 1981
Ken Burns Jazz, Verve, 549 089-2. Tr. 9 (6.41)

Jazz Line-Up
Programme exploring jazz music, focussing both on established, mainstream players and on the new generation of younger artists..

John Surman Trio
Sun 1 Sep 2013
BBC Radio 3
Claire Martin presents the John Surman Trio playing at the 2013 Brecon Jazz Festival.
Claire Martin presents concert music by the John Surman Trio recorded at Brecon Cathedral as part of this year's Brecon Jazz Festival. Alongside composer/saxophonist/multi-instrumentalist John Surman, the trio features John Marshall on drums and Chris Laurence on bass.

Music Played

01. Where Fortune Smiles
John Surman (Sax), John Marshall (Drums), Chris Laurence (Bass)

02. Jazz Lips
Louis Armstrong, Lil Hardin Armstrong
The Best of Louis Armstrong, Columbia 88697213952

03. Jasmina
Alex Wilson Trio
Alex Wilson Trio, Alex Wilson AWCD 9

04. Seven Hills
Alexi Tuomarila Trio
Seven Hills, Edition Records EDN 1041

05. I Can Hear You Smile
Brass Jaw
Minted, Keyworks Records KWRCD 012

06. The Rhythm of Life
Trudy Kerr (Vocal), Geoff Gascoyne (Bass)
The Rhythm of Life, Jazzizit Records JITCD 1257

07. Autumn in New York
Jonathan & Darlene Edwards
Jonathan & Darlene Edwards - The Complete Original Albums, Acrobat ACMCD 4356

08. Ra Kambana
Elina Duni Quartet
Matane Malit (Beyond The Mountain), ECM ECM 2277



09. Desafinado
Eliane Elias
Bossa Nova Stories, Blue Note 2281032
10. Where Fortune Smiles
John Surman (Sax), John Marshall (Drums), Chris Laurence (Bass)

11. Danzer
John Surman (Sax), John Marshall (Drums), Chris Laurence (Bass)

12. Higgin’s Holler
Cedar Walton
Spectrum, Prestige 24145

13. The Moon (And The Air It Moves)
Magnus Öström
Searching for Jupiter, ACT 9541-1

Private Passions
Guests from all walks of life discuss their musical loves and hates.

Gillian Lynne
Sun 1 Sep 2013
BBC Radio 3
Michael Berkeley's guest is choreographer Gillian Lynne.
Gillian Lynne is best known as the choreographer of Cats and Phantom of the Opera, among other West End hits. She received a lifetime Olivier Award earlier this year. But her career began more than seven decades ago, when she was spotted as a dancer by Ninette de Valois. She danced during the War, with doodlebugs falling around her and just two pianos in the pit - no orchestras, as all the men were away fighting. She danced in the first night at Covent Garden after the War, when audiences dusted off their evening clothes. She then moved into movies, playing a gypsy temptress in The Master of Ballantrae opposite Errol Flynn. The sexual chemistry wasn't confined to the screen - she and Flynn had an affair, though his drink problem meant 'He wasn't a great lover. At the end of the day, he couldn't... But he was a beautiful man.'

As she developed as a choreographer, Gillian Lynne worked with the leading composers of the day, including Sir Michael Tippett. In fact she asked him to make changes in his Ritual Dances (from The Midsummer Marriage) so it would become a bit clearer what on earth was going on. 'I said to Colin Davis, I don't know what this is about. But I think it's about orgasms. He said, "Quite right, dear girl. Quite right!"'

Now 87, Lynne talks frankly about her career, and people she has worked with, like Frederick Ashton and Dudley Moore. She is still working - 'If I didn't I'd keel over' - and thanks to her daily workout, she is still enviably fit. She tells the story of finding love for the first time when she was in her 50s - with a man 27 years younger than herself. She's naughty, irreverent, and fun; this is also priceless social history.

Music choices include Fauré, Walton, Vaughan Williams, Tippett and Errol Garner.

Music Played

Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

Gabriel Faure
Violin Sonata No.1 in A major, Op.13 (1st mvt: Allegro molto, excerpt)

Richard Addinsell
Warsaw Concerto (excerpt)

Vaughan Williams, Ralph
Satan's Dance of Triumph (Job: A Masque for Dancing)

William Walton
Near the Palace of Pride (The Quest)

Cesar Franck
Symphonic Variations for piano and orchestra (excerpt)

De Paul, Gene
I'll Remember April

Michael Tippett
Fire in Summer (Ritual Dances from The Midsummer Marriage)

John Kander
Why Should I Wake Up? (Cabaret)